Lumidigm Multispectral Imaging


The Web Interface


3370 Features

  • Integrated keypad reader, proximity reader and fingerprint reader.
  • Fingerprint identification and verification.
  • The reader in the 3370 uses Liveness Detection and will only respond to a human finger. 
  • Three relays to trigger sirens or electronic door locks.
  • Supports Time and Attendance, Access Control and Job Costing*.
  • Download clockings and hours via a USB thumb drive, via the web interface or link the clock to CS Time

*Job Costing requires CS Time software.


Lumidigm Multispectral Imaging

This is a patented technology that uses multiple spectrums of light to identify unique fingerprint characteristics from the surface of the skin as well as subdermal layers. This make the fingerprint identification process more reliable and results in the best liveness detection capability in the industry.

Identification vs Verification

Fingerprint Identification: an employee can swipe using only their fingerprint.
Fingerprint Verification: an employee swipes a card or enters a PIN number. They must then place their finger to verify their identity.

Identification is great, so why is it not used all the time? The more fingerprints there are to compare one person's to, the longer it will take to match the finger to a template in the database. So you need to push up the processing power to make the process faster - and more processing power is more expensive. With verification there is a maximum of 10 templates to compare with. It is therefore much faster and the card or PIN adds another level of security.



Available readers Integrated keypad, proximity and fingerprint reader
Proximity reader specifications Read range: +/- 3cm
Supported Data Format: ASCII, Wiegand26 and Magnetic ABA Track2
Card Format: EM 4001 or compatible
Fingerprint reader specifications Patented Lumidigm optical multispectral imaging
Liveness detection
Stores up to 50 000 fingerprints in verification mode and 1 000 in identification mode
Display Four line, 20 character white font on blue background PLED
Memory Stores up to 50 000 clockings
Communications TCP/IP 10/100 Mb/s
Outputs 3 x Relays*
1 x RS485 port for connection to child clocks
1 x External USB 1.1 port
RJ-45 Ethernet connector
6-pin MiniDIN Connector
Barrel power jack
3 x additional reader connectors
Please note: All outputs are located inside the casing unless specified.
Operating temperature -10 to +60 °C
Power Supply 5V DC (supplied)
IP rating IP-50
Housing Plastic Mould
Approximate dimensions 153mm (w) x 238mm (h) x 58mm (d)
Weight 730 gram

* The relays are rated for 12V DC. Please use a siren interface if your siren or bell is rated higher.

The Web Interface

Add, change or remove employees, clockings, leave and card / PIN numbers. View daily and payroll hours. Export all this information to a spreadsheet like Microsoft Excel.

Configure Access Control, Advanced Processing Rules, the clock's keypad menu, the clock's timezone and the network settings.  Setup leave types, public holidays and departments.  Add siren times and update the clock's firmware from the web.

Who does what?

Employees with access to the web interface can manage their own details.  Administrators and Supervisors can manage all of the information except that administrators have access to the clock setup.

Hours Processing

The CS TimeClock will automatically calculate daily hours for each employee based on their clocking times.  These daily hours can be a simple total of the day's hours worked or, with advanced hours processing enabled, the hours are categorised when processing rules are applied.  Learn more...


Manage employee absenteeism by capturing leave and public holidays.  Partial day leave can be captured as a percentage of the employee's expected hours.  Add more leave types in addition to the default five as required.  With advanced hours processing enabled, expected hours will be assigned for paid leave types and public holidays.


Access Control

Configure Access Rights, Anti Passback, Pathing and Access Timezones to control the movement of your employees.  You can even override the global settings for certain employees.  Administrators can lock the clock to, for example, prevent employees entering during strikes.

Clock behaviour

If you want to preserve the peace and quiet in your office, disable the clock and keypad sounds with Quiet Mode.  You can change the behaviour of each of the clock's readers - use the keypad for access control and the proximity reader for time and attendance clockings.  If the clock is used to trigger an electronic door lock, you can set the duration of the pulse and also which relays are triggered by which reader.  You can also disable some of the clock keypad menus.